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Fujitsu Siemens Scaleoview L19W-2SA 19" Widescreen 1440x900 800:1 5ms Speakers Thin Bezel 3 Yr Warranty - £75 @ ebuyer
Fujitsu Siemens Scaleoview L19W-2SA 19" Widescreen 1440x900 800:1 5ms Speakers Thin Bezel 3 Yr Warranty  - £75 @ ebuyer

Fujitsu Siemens Scaleoview L19W-2SA 19" Widescreen 1440x900 800:1 5ms Speakers Thin Bezel 3 Yr Warranty - £75 @ ebuyer

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Highlights
19-inch widescreen display for a perfect viewing experience
Best performance to an affordable price
Stylish black design with a silver front
Very easy and comfortable to use
- Plug & Play
- Auto-adjust
- Easy-to-use OSD menu

Ergonomics
Optimum flicker-free and distortion-free picture
Excellent color purity
Well balanced brightness uniformity
Excellent high contrast (800:1)
Space saving design

Technical highlights
19 (48.1cm) LCD widescreen display
Excellent contrast 800:1
Brightness 300 cd/m2
Fast response time (typ.) 5 ms
Internal power supply

Reliability
Low power consumption
Power management according to EPA
Guaranteed quality and stability

Specification

Visible screen diagonal 19 inch (48.1 cm)
Resolutions
Pixels 1440 x 900
Pixels* 1280 x 768
* expanded
Picture size 410.4 x 256.5 mm
Colors 16.2 million
Pixel Pitch 0.285 mm
Frequencies
Horizontal 31 - 83 kHz
Vertical 56 - 75 Hz
Brightness (typical) 300 cd/m²
Contrast (typical) 800:1
Viewing angle (typical)
Horizontal 160°
Vertical 160°
Response time (typical) 5 ms
Plug and Play VESA DDC2B
Setting options
Brightness (Back light control)
Contrast, Volume control
Picture position (horizontal and vertical), H-size, Phase,
Color temperature and individual color setting
Auto-adjust (direct access key)
Activate factory settings
Menu language
OSD Language
English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Swedish, Dutch
Base
Tilt angle -5° / +20°
Video input 1 x D-SUB
Audio input / output
Audio signal input 3.5 mm stereo phone jack
Audio output 1 W (L) + 1 W (R)
Electrical values (internal power supply)
Rated voltage 100 - 240 V
Frequency 50 - 60 Hz
Power draw
Max. Stand by Protection class 1
Temperatures/ dimensions/ weight
Ambient temperature (to IEC721):
Working (recommended) 5°C to 35°C
Storage -20°C to 60°C
Dimensions (H x W x D):
(with stand) 446 x 375 x 178 mm
Weight (Monitor only) 4.6 kg
Reliability
MTBF (demonstrated) 70,000 h
Lifetime of LCD backlight 50,000 h
(brightness > 50 % of original brightness)
Compliance with standards
Product safety EN60950
Ergonomics GS mark
ISO13406-2
(Pixel fault class II)
Radiation immunity and CE certification according RFI suppression to EC Directive
89/336/EEC
(EN55022/B, EN55024
EN61000-3-2/-3);
TCO99
Accessories
Power cable (1.5 m)* For wall socket (UK type)
Data cable (1.5 m)* D-SUB (15-pin)
Audio cable (1.8 m)* 3.5 mm stereo phone jack
* detachable on display
Special features Standardized mounting
interface according
VESA FPMPMI (100 mm)
Kensington Lock
Order code S26361-K1153-V171
EAN 4045827882428

25 Comments

well good price...

nice find. looks good

i find it funny the MS claims on lcd panels.

this one is 5ms, giving the impression that 0 ms would be NO delay.

actually, 0ms, would still be 1000 x SLOWER than the response of a CRT monitor / tv.

If I was buying a TFT I'd be buying two of these rather one 22 - 24 inch - without a shadow of a doubt. I'd never go back to one screen again

Hot.

Wolfylee;4158906

If I was buying a TFT I'd be buying two of these rather one 22 - 24 inch … If I was buying a TFT I'd be buying two of these rather one 22 - 24 inch - without a shadow of a doubt. I'd never go back to one screen againHot.



you could have two of these for the price of most 22-24" lcds :thumbsup:

19" is a good size and 1440x900 is a decent resolution too

two of these would be brilliant

Wolfylee;4158906

If I was buying a TFT I'd be buying two of these rather one 22 - 24 inch … If I was buying a TFT I'd be buying two of these rather one 22 - 24 inch - without a shadow of a doubt. I'd never go back to one screen againHot.



nice avatar guy...

derrycityboy;4158978

you could have two of these for the price of most 22-24" lcds … you could have two of these for the price of most 22-24" lcds :thumbsup:19" is a good size and 1440x900 is a decent resolution tootwo of these would be brilliant



one for each eye... lol, rgds to this poster, local guy maybe?

derrycityboy;4158978

you could have two of these for the price of most 22-24" lcds … you could have two of these for the price of most 22-24" lcds :thumbsup:19" is a good size and 1440x900 is a decent resolution tootwo of these would be brilliant



I had 2 delivered this morning - they're great :-D

great deal. Ordered.

I dont see the input spec...is it dvi or vga?

128plant;4159045

nice avatar guy...



Cheers! :-D

Lordping;4159181

I dont see the input spec...is it dvi or vga?


Video input 1 x D-SUB

terrible newbie question then... Will I need an adaptor to conenct this with a xbox 360 VGA HD AV Cable?

forgive my stupidity but why would you order 2 screens - to run simultaneosuly? if so what's the advantage?

frazman;4160245

forgive my stupidity but why would you order 2 screens - to run … forgive my stupidity but why would you order 2 screens - to run simultaneosuly? if so what's the advantage?




Thats a stupid question! .............................But what is the advantage?:)

travid;4160349

Thats a stupid question! .............................But what is the … Thats a stupid question! .............................But what is the advantage?:)



So you have a dual monitor setup on one computer. One desktop spanned over two monitors effectively. More screen estate => more efficient working.

You could use one screen for e-mail, and one for word processing or browsing. It's great for web development/design/coding as you code on one screen and view the results in the browser on another. Better than having to switch windows all the time.

One could argue 3 is even better! ;-) One centre monitor for your core activity, and one either side for other stuff. Compared to a two monitor setup, it also means you don't have the two joined monitor frames bang in the center.

frazman;4160245

forgive my stupidity but why would you order 2 screens - to run … forgive my stupidity but why would you order 2 screens - to run simultaneosuly? if so what's the advantage?



If you've never used two screens I know it would seem a little counter-intuitive.
You get separate desktops in effect. It isn't like having one large desktop - they are treated separately so if you drag a window across to one and maximise it it doesn't stretch across the two screens or affect the other screen it only maximises on that one screen. For multitasking its much, much easier to use two screens than one large one. I'll often have TV on one whilst using the other. Or if you are looking to do something technical on the PC it's useful to have the instructions from the web on one screen whilst working on the other - that kind of thing.

It's only worthwhile if you are a bit of a multi-tasker. If you are the kind of person who only likes to have one window open at a time then it won't get much use.
It's also of no benefit(broadly speaking) in games. Although I think some flight simulator fanatics use three screens whereby they have a screen at the front and two angled screens at the side to create a realistic cockpit - a bridge too far for me though!

wimdows;4160467

One could argue 3 is even better! ;-) One centre monitor for your core … One could argue 3 is even better! ;-) One centre monitor for your core activity, and one either side for other stuff. Compared to a two monitor setup, it also means you don't have the two joined monitor frames bang in the center.



I've been trying to talk myself into that for ages. I have a 24" in the centre and a 19" 4:3 off to the side - I'd like one on the other side. When I mentioned this to a mate who has a 15" TFT he just said, 'Who do you think you are?' Which kind of put me off

Wolfylee;4160766

I've been trying to talk myself into that for ages. I have a 24" in the … I've been trying to talk myself into that for ages. I have a 24" in the centre and a 19" 4:3 off to the side - I'd like one on the other side. When I mentioned this to a mate who has a 15" TFT he just said, 'Who do you think you are?' Which kind of put me off



Should have jokingly replied with "A dude who thinks the number of monitors on one computer reflects penile length." ;-)))

Does this have VGA and or DVI/HDMI connections?

Not sure what D-Sub is..?

orochiguyver;4161434

Does this have VGA and or DVI/HDMI connections?Not sure what D-Sub is..?



i think d-sub is vga but im sure some1 on here knows for def

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(Yeah d-sub is a VGA term used by some companies)
Google is your friend!

i mite be a bit dull, but is this a monitor that can be used as a bedroom tv???
be gentle this is my first time on here!! lol

i mite be a bit dull, but is this a monitor that can be used as a bedroom … i mite be a bit dull, but is this a monitor that can be used as a bedroom tv???be gentle this is my first time on here!! lol



No.

Unless you have a TV tuner in your PC?

Same price on Amazon too (£74.95)... For those that would prefer to buy there.
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